Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese def. The Bollywood Boyz
Much like Bollywood Boyz vs. Ever-Rise last week, this was another clash of two heel teams. Does 205 Live not have any regular babyface teams? At any rate, this was solid. I say a lot that I instantly lose interest in anything involving Bollywood Boyz, and while that is true, I've actually enjoyed their videos on WWE's YouTube channel more than I have their matches. There wasn't anything out of the ordinary about this, though. It just sort of existed.
Curt Stallion, August Grey and Ashante "Thee" Adonis def. Legado del Fantasma (NXT Cruiserweight Champion Santos Escobar, Joaquin Wilde and Raul Mendoza)
There is still no update on when Stallion will get his shot at the NXT Cruiserweight Championship, but I'm glad his feud with Legado del Fantasma is building in the meantime. This was a fun, action-packed six-man tag team match. Stallion and Escobar got to interact a bit, so their eventual one-on-one encounter is bound to be great. Legado del Fantasma have won so much since they came together that it meant something for the babyfaces to get one over on them here.
The string of solid shows from 205 Live continued with this episode. I can't say Bollywood Boyz vs. Daivari and Nese did a ton for me (and I'm not sure what purpose it was supposed to serve), but it wasn't terrible, either. The main event, however, was entertaining and progressed the Stallion vs. Escobar rivalry nicely. That title match happening on an upcoming episode of 205 Live would be a great get for the show, but I assume it will be saved for an episode of NXT instead.